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CE|NTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY 

INFORMATION REPORT 

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FOrm °“ ° f ^-useo-ooldlcrs (Notionsliots) no S * fioL-.lo's Min cSp iong Ka ae . 


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In two notes, sent to the Chi. 
by them to the Rennie's Mill 
upon instructions received fr 
ol gold to be used for repair 
tior. of arrangements ootveen • 


nese Chamber of Commerce of Hongkong and. forwarded 
(-ajrp committee, the Liaison mission stated that 
on their Regency Council", a donation of 3,000 taels 
.ation purposes would be made following the comp.le- 
■neir party and. the •• orraosa author _t:i es. 


3 * ~% r iS man-kui, Guardian in Mont 
mission, said that the "party' 
at Yiyang district, Honan prov! 


!+. The party, which is of a re Tig 
ohe eotaolishment oi an imperi 


Operating "somewhere in China" 
a Regency Council" at pres 


Mekong of the imperial Government , 
was first established on Sunday 
ince . 


o h i na , L 1 aison 
September 16, 1951 


lous and political nature, was said 
.al government in China. 


to be advocating 


1 P ar 'Ly, Mr. Tang said, was under the authority 
pnt underground. He said that the party drew its 

military ties 


, , „ ^nan-aaa, Luiuci-^ruuHu . lie said tnat the na 

bn +f n ? Ch + , fr °“ mQny F eaQant sympathizers and that it also had strong 
both in the China mainland and 7 -'- ” b 


in Formosa. 


6 ‘ Lonn r rf eme ^ S T be COKTlet f d - he said ^ atl application would be 
Kong authorities for the import ;of the 3,000 taels of gold whic’- > 
come from their (the party's) Stockpile in Formosa. ; 


Robert Per (variant of Char or 
Rennie's i-J.ll Refugee Camp Re la' 
of Commerce, into whose hands t 


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made to Hong 
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Tse), chairman of the executive committee of the 
-ef committee, and chairman of the Kowloon Chamber 
|he offer was placed, ssnfl ±A a return note to the 


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liirnt! of the Dcparcmcnti at Agcnclci indicated aBove.' It l> not 
cl tile Ollicc ol Collection And Diiftimiiniciou. C:A. 


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Liaison mission that he had replied that his committee would be -rlao to 
arrange a meeting between this party and the Free China Cei ief Association 
(Formosa), the natural body to complete any arrangement. 

8. Mr-. Der, commenting on the offer, continued however, that at oresent tlv»- 
was no tangible evidence of the genuineness of the offer, and unless ooim 
concrete proof, apart from the notes, was forth cot.’l rv , he was force 3 to • 
-'^■-^-Shfcly skeptical of the materialization of the taels of (jI 

donation. " ° 


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At present. 
Mill Camp.. 


Mr. Der said, there are about 6 , Co 


e -soldiers at 


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